Tax revenue

It took three and a half years for the state to reach $500 million in revenue, and just two more years to double it.
Marijuana tax revenue has the biggest impact when there’s little other industry in town.
The end of the federal government's War On Weed is approaching fast. No matter how the details work out, that much seems pretty clear at this point.
In their interest to garner favor with U.S. companies (mainly in search of campaign funds), the U.S. Congress has allowed these companies to escape U.S. corporate taxes by magically declaring that their IP is located in some foreign tax haven.
Illinois's former Governor Edgar had it right months ago. Edgar characterized current Governor Rauner's refusal to negotiate a budget until he wins concessions on his ideological policy agenda as "hostage taking."
Huge municipalities like Chicago and Phoenix are drowning in underfunded pensions. Can tax revenue from legalized marijuana save the day?
At a time when more elected officials are turning their attention to income inequality in this country, increasing corporate tax breaks is no way to address it. Workers and their families are struggling to make ends meet. Communities are broken.
Basing a tax on a fictitious price means no one will ever know the correct tax. Taxpayers will spend time and money trying to beat the system, and government will spend time and money in self-defense.
Durbin said that Republicans had to put tax revenue on the table to get entitlement cuts. Fox host Chris Wallace noted that
Tax reform has evolved into one of the emptier platitudes of U.S. politics. Politicians support "tax reform" in the same way that they support "a strong national defense," "fiscal responsibility," and "pro-growth economic policies." It's a brave statement in search of a challenge. Is anyone ever against tax reform?
How many billions of tax -- federal and state -- could the marijuana market bear? The official estimate for the new Washington state law is $564 million per year, or about $82 per resident -- not per consumer.
"That's the type of thing that could be paired with very serious entitlement reform to have the next step of deficit reduction
The IRS possesses a fearsome audit power that gives it access to records and information that the public and litigants are yet to obtain. It should have used that power more effectively before the financial crisis.
Remember, we're doing this for the children! Kids, you pay more, get less, and the program is "stronger" and more "modern." So how big are these so-called "tweaks"?
Right before the U.S. House of Representatives left for the summer to go home to campaign for your vote, they voted to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for the richest Americans millionaires and billionaires.
President Obama said in 2009 “I don't think [legalizing marijuana is] a good strategy to grow our economy” but others seem
This week, BNY will square off against the Internal Revenue Service in U.S. Tax Court in New York over STARS and the tax
The number of states that continue to tax poor, working families remains too high, Phil Oliff, policy analyst at the CBPP
State and local revenue strengthened throughout 2011. For the year ended in December, total revenues were $1.35 trillion
Earlier this month, Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented New York City's Financial Plan for the next four years. It demonstrates a stark new reality: there is no large surplus of revenues, as there has been in past years.